Daily Mail - 4 Mar 2015

Table of content - Daily Mail (4 Mar 2015)

JIHADI JOHN FAMILY’S 20 YEARS ON BENEFITS
The joking London teen who’s run off to ISIS
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6 years of f lat interest rates has cost savers £130billion
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Last night’s EuroMillions
Home Secretary refuses to be upstaged as Mexico’s glammy First Lady hits UK
Why on average you only get f lu twice in a decade
Clegg: It shouldn’t be a crime to carry ANY type of drug
How doctors mistake grief of bereaved elderly as depression
Now Nick does a U-turn over God
England star was held after girl, 15, ‘boasted about having an affair’
Top US general faces year in jail
BBC cuts stars’ pay – to £188m!
Hitching a ride ... the weasel who f lies woodpecker class!
Woman gives birth to her own son’s IVF baby
‘ THEY’RE PARASITES... TENANTS FROM HELL’
Damned in his own words, Jihadi John rants at grilling by the spooks
Head who defended John lost job over expenses
British ex-Marine killed while fighting IS in Syria
To blame MI5 for his killings is madness
Jihadism is all corrupt Britain’s fault says Brand
‘ THEY’RE PARASITES... TENANTS FROM HELL’
FROM JOKER TO JIHADI BRIDE
FROM JOKER TO JIHADI BRIDE
I’d love to kill off free banking, says Barclays boss on £5.5m a year
Twitter boss gets IS death threats
Israel warns US over Iran nukes
Harrovian broke lover’s wrist by kicking her out of bed for refusing to undress
Revealed at last, the true measure of a man (5.16inches to be exact)
Frazzled? Switch on a little Slow TV
How could police and care staff tolerate girls aged 12 having sex with abusers?
Will council boss get £600k payoff?
I couldn’t tell if my girl was more at risk from sex predators or the social workers
Horrific stories will stay with me forever, says Cameron
Read this and you’ll never eat a ready meal again
It’s insane to make excuses for a sadist
Giving victims a voice
A knee-jerk betrayal
Mum WAS right. I wish I’d stayed at home with my children
Bathed in arrogance
We’re priming young girls for abuse
Nice car, Mr Bond. But how do I dry my nails?
LESS HIGHNESS IN THE HEELS!
Miliband: We’ll pardon gays who were convicted of gross indecency
Ephraim Hardcastle
Now bins are emptied just once a month
Becky’s stepbrother and his girlfriend held over murder
Can you call it Poundland if the CDs cost £2?
MIDWIFE ‘MAFIA’ THAT COST 12 LIVES
Hunt and Burnham apologise for failings
Boss who refused to say sorry
CQC ‘missed several chances’
CHERYL’S POSH HAIRDO
Save the Children boss says sorry for Blair award
CHERYL’S POSH HAIRDO
With anger and charm, Gambaccini recalled his ordeal in a legal mincer
There is no witch-hunt of journalists, claims DPP
On your soapbox, Ed? Or have you shot up to match 6ft 6in MP?
Sex predator Rolf is stripped of CBE at last
Plane spotters told they face life in prison
Exaggerated ‘4K’ TV advert misled buyers
Celia, 62: I love wolf-whistlers
One in five of our books go unread
Baby died from meningitis after out-of-hours GP said he was too busy to see him
We pity the groom! Posh restaurant’s rant at hens who dared to complain
How a high-salt diet can protect skin
Smartphones are addictive, say experts
Could this be a conk-er tree?
Man dies in golf buggy plunge
FACEBOOK WAR OF WORDS
Look who’s mooved in to my house!
Dealer who used mum’s Motability car to sell cocaine
A Whopping last meal ... then killer’s execution is halted
Swingers too hot for fire shop
The chilling moment cyclist, 15, is murdered on his bike
Putin’s opponent shot dead in Moscow was dating me as well, claims nurse
Mirror Group journalists ‘hacked celebrities on an industrial scale’
How to bask in the Bali sun for £50!
Mr & Mrs holie than thou
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TODAY’S BOARD
Traffic fumes ‘are slowing down the progress of pupils’
Monica casts a shadow on Clinton portrait
Chinese ban ‘rude’ songs at William’s gala dinner
Jack braves the Curse of the Kidds to marry love No3
Women in red -- and one of them is Eddie
Jack braves the Curse of the Kidds to marry love No3
Cressie and a snap to break Harry’s heart
Savings beat the soaring stock market
Top fund bosses are selling shares. Should you?
It’s a fact!
SPECIAL INVESTIGATION
Where ARE our missing pension millions?
Why is no one being held to account?
Is child trust fund misery about to end?
Leading cash Isa rate from the Yorkshire
Register now to pay no tax on savings
New bank’s top account
Did you know?
Why these pictures could hold the key to getting a mortgage
£34bn festering
Flights payback
Major fund clearout
I’ve been billed £320 twice for a PPI claim
YOU HAVE YOUR SAY
STRAIGHT TO THE POINT
Should you pay for your funeral today?
Take nest eggs in cash
Super-size home loans
Why it IS worth paying for a top fund manager
Apply now to invest in the science stars of the future
Ovo exit fees scrapped
First-time buyer U-turn
Did you know?
Scandals in Bohemia
TODAY’S RECIPE: Squash & chorizo pot pies
BRIDGE MASTERCLASS
QUESTIONS
Insult to Romania
Prickly encounter we’ll never forget
A breach of faith
Better than jail
More like these, please
Plagues of rats
Why is this crippling illness still ignored?
Does Britain need a new National Anthem?
Straight to the POINT
Uncaring vets
O, how saucy!
Out of time
Laughable laws
PICK OF THE DAY
Suffragettes Forever! 8pm, BBC2
Surviving Sandy Hook, 9pm, BBC2
The People’s Strictly, 9pm, BBC1
The Great Comic Relief Bake Off, 8pm, BBC1
How stingy, bird-brained thinking ruined a brilliant story about owls
The Conspirator, 1.35am, Ch4
Three Fugitives, 12.15am, BBC1
REPEAT BUSINESS OF THE WEEK:
Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, 8pm, Sky Select
RADIO CHOICE
Castle, 9pm, 5 USA
Plastic Wives, 10pm, TLC
Teacup Travels, 5.45pm, CBeebies
Doctor Zhivago, 9pm, ITV Encore
Grimm, 9pm, Watch
Newcastle United v Manchester United, 7pm, BT Sport 1
Adventureland, 9pm, BBC3
Shoot-Out, 6pm, Sky Sports 3
INTO THE WILD WEST
The wonderful Isle of Wight has the Royal seal of approval
Barclays counts cost of scandals
Bank official was sacked for ‘20 misjudgements’, says Carney
Dudley’s pay and perks up 20pc at BP
Morrisons exec jailed
Reality behind the bonus spin
Builders in bloom as recovery continues
Rich harvest reaps rewards for Glencore
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Rifkind quits role
Punch’s new boss
IHG boosted by Chinese travel
Going at top speed
Volvo tests ice warning software
Direct Line double boost for investors
Eurostar stake sold to clear debt
UK Government in Russian oil row
MA FILLEULE TAKES OFF IN RYANAIR BETTING
WHEN IS ALONSO GOING TO RACE?
Born-again Casey won’t give up his Ryder hope
WORLD OF SPORT
Broad: I’ll ignore the stats and just bowl
BURGESS NOT FOR TURNING BACK DESPITE SLOW START
Amla breaks Irish resolve
He hated this picture but Mackay was no bully, he was a giant of the game
Never show you are hurt, he said with a broken leg
How the football world paid tribute
He hated this picture but Mackay was no bully, he was a giant of the game
AND WHILE WE’RE AT IT...
Star subs knock Derby off the top
KERMORGANT ON THE SPOT TO DOWN WOLVES
Win or bust Watford go step closer
Lennon: Ref was appalling
ROUND-UP
Jose: Terry sure to get a new deal
WHELAN HANDS OVER CONTROL AT WIGAN TO HIS GRANDSON
Cole gets FA rap for Twitter spat
Mowbray: I will save Coventry
Long loan pays dividends in double boost for Warburton
72 POINTS TO WIN THE RAT RACE…
LVG: Stop passes back to De Gea
Rodgers: I had to change or be sacked
Tottenham fear England role will burn out Kane
Coquelin nose how to impress Wenger MATT BARLOW
SPOT ON FOR TIM
SO, HOW DID ALAN HUTTON ESCAPE RED FOR THIS?
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Mane man Sadio ends the drought
Pellegrini: You must win title in right way
Martinez grateful for Kenwright backing
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POYET LOST IN DARKNESS
Don’t put any drinks near me, says Gus
Agents’ legal fight on new FA rules
Dyke coaching row
I’M FIREPROOF
Sent-off Poyet’s horror week
Dave Mackay hated this picture ... because he was no bully
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